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and reported the threats to nfl security to investigate. come up later on in sports, sports director larry biel look at how acres also fight to go keep his job with the team. >>> well as you know pretty chilly outside. another cold night in the bay area. spencer is here to let us know how cold it is going to get this evening. >> all right dan. look at live doppler 7 hd. cloud free sky and absence of clouds and daytime warming temperature plummet in case you need remin reminder. here's how cold it was this morning. low pressure drop to 26 in sonoma county airport. 27 at nap a.26 at fairfield. 27 at livermore effort. 28 at concord. really cold bay area stand arrested. well tonight another cold one. maybe not quite so cold but pretty cold. look for low of 29 and santa rosa overnight tonight. 29 at fairfield. 30 at livermore and napa low 30's in many other locations but this may the last night of the cold snap and then we can prepare for rain. accu-weather 7 day forecast coming up shortly. >> few days thanks spencer very much. >> latest suspect arrested in the murder of south bay
. the nfl season ended badly for the washington redskins. that is the understatement of the century. their playoff loss to seattle, not even the worst of it. what happened? well, the redskins, 14 points, they scored 24 straight points to beat the redskins. 27 yard run for marchand lynch. the really bad news, i'm talking the awful, epochically tragic news. you're seeing it here, rg 3, the superstar rookie quarterback for the redskins re-injured his knee in the game. no one even touched him. there's no word on the extent of the injury. clearly not pretty. you heard it again in the first quarter. a lot of people asking why coach mike shanahan did not pull him out in the first quarter. he was completely ineffective after he started limping. so many questions today. oh, yeah, by the way, seattle won and they will play atlanta next weekend. >>> all right. the baltimore ravens are also moving on in the afc playoffs. they beat the indianapolis colts 24-9 on sunday. it was the last home game for the soon to be retired ray lewis. joe flacco threw down two touchdown passes including one to ant
'm in the minority but i believe that in the nfl if a player and the coach get together and decide, you know, what we're going to do here regarding injury and keep him in the game, keep him in the game. >> he's a 22-year-old rookie. the coach has 30, 40 years experience coaching. up to the coach to say, hey, i don't think that you can play this game and putting in kurt cousins and maybe we'll win. >> this isn't the high school regionals. this is the nfl playoffs. they know their bodies. 90% of the players on that field for both are injured at this point. you play through injury. i don't have a problem with him gutting it out. he came in hurt already and they felt that he was a better option than the backup quarterback to try to win the game. did it play out that way? it didn't and ended like this. there are a lot of factors involved not the least of which is that turf coming loose under his feet. you think they have enough money to fix it. >> we don't know the extent. he'll have an mri on monday but i think it's an absolute gis grace that a nfl playoff game on a field that looks like that. dirt that'
weekend in the nfl. your highlights or low lights depending on which team is yours next. plus, french actor gerard depardieu getting cozy with russian president vladimir puttin. what's causing this exchange next. >> it's january and that means nfl playoffs. in the nfc washington redskins hosting seattle. redskins were trailing by a touchdown rg 3 i should say robert griffins iii, no word how serious it is, would not return to the game and seattle's rushing offense m a very good day and seahawks win 24-14 and they will face the dolphins next week. and the afc, baltimore ravens taking care of business and the indianapolis colts, ravens receiver bolden had a big game. 145 yards receiving and a touchdown. colts rookie quarterback andrew luck struggled. zero touchdowns and one interception and ravens win that one 24-9 and travel to denver to play the broncos next weekend. final home game for a man some called the greatest man in ravens history. ray lewis. and he's retiring at the e of the season, his team gave him the game ball after the final play. and good news, hockey fans, after a mar
to you. >> shannon: thank you, brenda. wild card weekend in the nfl. your highlights or low lights depending on which team is yours next. plus, french actor gerard depardieu getting cozy with russian president vladimir puttin. what's causing this exchange next. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. >> it's january and that means nfl playoffs. in the nfc washington redskins hosting seattle. redskins were trailing by a touchdown rg 3 i should say robert griffins iii, no word how serious it is, would not return to the game and seattle's rushing offense m a very good day and seahawks win 24-14 and they will face the dolphins next week. and the afc, baltimore ravens taking care of business and the indianapolis colts, ravens receiver bolden had a big game. 145 yards receiving and a touchdown. colts rookie quarterback andre
saban, 5.5 million buck aes year. that's as a college coach. >> what's the highest paid nfl coach right now? >> it's like 7 million bucks. and brian kelly makes about 2.4. that will go up, too. he's not the most popular kelly in the country. oregon's chip kelly will stay in college, probably, and not go to the nfl. >> really? >> yeah. for my opinion, he was the head coach of the university of new hampshire eight years ago and now he's if most popular coach in the country. >> but he's not going to stay? >> they think he's going to stay in oregon now. >> will he be the highest paid coach now? >> i don't know if he'll get saban type money. most people, let's face it, don't care that much. right? >> oh. >> is that what you're saying? >> it's hard for me to say that because i might get in trouble. in terms of football and baseball and basketball it's still not there. but the people who love hockey go crazy for hockey. >> a nice little niche for nbc, too. >> does nbc lose on this? or it has to work when there's a strike? >> no, not anymore. >> now we pay. >> i know we pay for it. >> when you
to miss nfl preseason games and it was a national catastrophe. it's great there's going to be hockey, but i think the fact that the public wasn't exactly clamoring for this should be pretty problematic for the leagues. good it's a season but a shortened season but you wish it hadn't come to this. >> john wertheim from "sports illustrated," thanks so much. always appreciate your insights. >>> quick, what's the one phrase you hope you never hear again. if you said fiscal cliff you're not alone. we'll take a look at some of the wonky metaphors associated with the battle in washington. >>> my guess is you are pretty psyched that you're not going to be hearing the term fiscal cliff anymore, right? you know, that's the phrase that swept the nation's capitol and airwaves over the last few months. it seemed the more arcane and wonky the budget mess got, the more washington reached to try to explain it. cnn's christine romans has more. >> reporter: just like the yodeler in that cliff hangers game on the price is right, we did fall off a cliff. of a metaphor cliff. >> fiscal cliff. >> the fisc
during college football games, during nfl playoff games, on news networks, even including this one. it is a two-week tv campaign for the insurance giant to not only show gratitude but maybe rebuild their image a bit, after one of the biggest and most wildly unpopular bailouts of all time. so how is it going so far? well, half way into the public relations endeavor, indebted for us all for saving them from financial ruin, well, this is how it is going. thank you, america, now we may sue you to try to squeeze some more cash out of you. the board of aig looking into a lawsuit on behalf of shareholders. the lawsuit contends the taxpayers' rescue of the company cheated shareholders and violated their rights. in a statement today, aig said the board will make a decision in the next several weeks. the white house has declined to comment on the issue saying the lawsuit is still pending. but we do have this. we do have a comment from the person president obama tasked with inventing an entirely new government agency to protect us all from predators and negligent companies in the financial se
in the country. obviously the nfl is first. dem of course gras 18 to 24 which is important for the advertisers. 18 to 24-year-olds are predominantly college fans as opposed to baseball fans that skew much older. lori: you have four brands, toe seat toes, vizio, which rotate sponsorship the title game. >> right. lori: $10 million, discover is this year's sponsor. what is the projected take for them. >> somewhere around there. tonight will be very interesting. there are prognostications this might set a record for the all-time rating record for a college football championship fame. that will be really hard to overcome. we're looking 35.6 million people. need more people than that to tune in. but here's the thing. is that because of those numbers and because of the projections, there are, the future for the bcs in two years, they're going to have a four-team playoff system. that will be an estimated $470 million annually spread out around all the conferences. that is over double than what bcs is bringing in right now. lori: potential college students in high school need to look at this and use it
in the country. at least one rivals the value of an nfl team. we will tell you about the tops and do not. connell: first, some winners on the nasdaq today. we will be right back. ♪ [ male announcer ] where do you turn for legal matters? maybe you want to incorporate a business. orrotect your family with a will or living trust. and you'd likthe help of an attorney. at legalzoom a legal plan attorney is available in most states with ever personalized document to answer questions. get started at galzoom.com today. and now you're protected. connell: notre dame goes into the championship game tonight ranked number one in the nation. they are not at the top when it comes to value. texas longhorns topped the list. $761 million in value. this was put together by a professor in indiana. they point to the sale of the jacksonville jaguars. the team sold for 760 billion. texas is "worried that." alabama makes the list ranked number eight in value. dagen: michigan moved into the second place spot with a valuation. connell: they actually return a profit as an athletic program which is surprising to a lot of
with attitudes such as yours. >> he's an nfl quarterback. >> i actually thought mark was going to make the opposite point because the way they've handled strasburg with the nationals has been a model of caution and it's worked out really well for the nationals. i'm with the anti-shanahan caucus here. i'll also say that even if you take the rg3 thing out, pete carroll outcoached shanahan all game long. beyond even the decision to keep the quarterback in. shanahan made four, five huge mistakes in coaching over the course of the game. i think you have a reason to fire him even if he hadn't screwed up the rg3 thing. >> i would argue going fourth down and 14, that that was a big mistake. >> yeah. >> there were still 4:30 left or something. >> that's more time than is left in this block. >> even if you weren't concerned about the health of rg3, what about the health of your team winning the game? he couldn't use his leg. he couldn't throw the ball. he hit his hand on somebody's helmet. it gives you a better chance to win. >> it's not as if what happened last night on the field is not going t
are always going to want to play. anyone in the nfl, you ask them do they still want to play, they're not going to say, no, take me out. the coaches, the trainers, no one in this team apparatus really has an incentive to say, we should really watch out for your health. >> or your career. >> that's up to the athlete, and the athlete is going to look like a wimp where he says, actually, take me out now. >> the wimp word is it. that's the social pressure that goes along with most athletics, which is that people feel like it diminishes them as an athlete if they acknowledge that they are injured in any way. in this case, at least it's a leg. there are a lot of people who play with concussions, things that have long lasting consequences, long after you have finished playing professional sports. now you don't have the brain capacity to live the rest of your life. >> that's why you have the medical team there, right? >> these athletes are treated as disposable people. they end their careers at 30, 35, and they have nothing to do for the rest of their lives. they're dealing with these inju
, the only quarterback in nfl history to win at least one playoff game in each of his first five seasons. the ravens take on the broncos next week. fans gave a final farewell to lewis as he takes a victory lap. doug marone, my ex-neighbor moving up in the sports world. he now becomes the buffalo bills head coach. he was the offensive coordinator for the saints and worked for the jets in the offensive line. he's considered an offensive genius and a great guy. the top of his resume is the fact that he's my neighbor. i think i should be getting season bills tickets. >>steve: if he was still your neighbor he could be getting your pocket hose. >>brian: if he was my neighbor he'd be commuting a very long distance. >>steve: 22 minutes till the top of the hour. the cash for clunkers program was supposed to save all of us money. >>gretchen: the program designed to take gas tkpwuz letters off the street did more harm than good. charles payne from the fox network is here. people remember the cash for clunkers program. it was controversial for a variety of reason. now we're talking about this enviro
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